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Tokyo Salamanders (Hynobius tokyoensis)

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Hynobiid Salamanders (Hynobiidae) This group of Far Eastern salamanders are becoming increasingly popular in captivity, and thanks to the captive breeding efforts of one European hobbyist in particular (you know who I mean), they are becoming easier and easier to acquire.

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Hi everyone,

I haven't uploaded hardly any photos lately of my animals! So I am remedying it now :)

I picked up a number of individuals on Sunday for a great chap, including a species I have been wanting for a long time - Hynobius tokyoensis.

I have 1.2.0 individuals, here are some photos for you :)
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Thank you for looking, I am planning to breed these in the future so if anyone could help out with this particular species with their own data that would be awesome! :)



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Beautiful, do not see these often.



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They look great, always wanted to have some of those guys, do you have any pics of the full setup?



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Beautiful, do not see these often.
Yeah definitely don't which is a total shame! :/ Starting to think that nowadays I might be one of the few people with them :/

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They look great, always wanted to have some of those guys, do you have any pics of the full setup?
Thank you they are amazing I must admit, so happy I have them :) And sure, I have their QT and ISO set up currently but it's merely a temporary set up as I am building their permanent enclosure which will be 80/20 (Water/Land) set up but currently they are in a fully aquatic enclosure :)

Shall upload photos for you.



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Yeah definitely don't which is a total shame! :/ Starting to think that nowadays I might be one of the few people with them :/
Agreed! I'd love to have ANY Hynobiid. Maybe someday...

Congratulations on the new acquisitions, by the way!



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they are very beautiful. I can not stand this kind but I thought this case was under water!



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Wow, have never seen these before. Gorgeous animals!



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